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The Midwest region has many surprising antiques rich destinations to take advantage of. Michigan’s Antique Alley boasts over 900 dealers in malls and shops, plus while you visit you can enjoy the great outdoors with wonderful fishing, hiking and other outdoor livers activities. In Cincinnati you will find diverse neighborhoods with more than 100 antique shops full of treasures and many museums to visit along the way. Visit an antiques haven in Richmond, Indiana with more than 900 dealers in this locale. Let’s not forget the great town of St Louis and its historic sites. Cobblestone streets, gas lamps, antiques, shops and restaurants to enjoy on a weekend getaway.


Amherst, Wisconsin

Driving through the Midwest country side, down winding rural roads created by long gone glaciers will that take you to a unique building that was built in 1870. It is nestled in the middle of downtown Amherst, WI specializing in antique and vintage collectibles, oddities, and the unusual; this is not your typical boring antique store. They have fine art, glass, jewelry, furniture, tools, fishing items, sports memorabilia, oil, gas, beer & soda advertising items, clocks, watches, crocks, toys,  More »

Wisconsin Dells/Madison

The Wisconsin Dells is not only the self-proclaimed Water Park Capital of the world, it’s also an area rich in beautiful scenery, farmlands, historic landmarks, antiques. The town has more than a half-dozen antiques stores, and there are 20 more in nearby communities of Lake Delton, Mt. Horeb, Reedsburg, and Mauston. Many of the shops in the area are multi-dealer shops and malls, and they offer a wide variety of items to choose from. On top it that – the Dells also offers numerous  More »